Wednesday, January 23, 2008

Alumna Faculty

After successful completion of her PhD in educational psychology, former EdPsy Students president (06-07) Kristie Asaro is appointed as a visiting assistant professor in the Division of Special Education within the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology starting Spring 2008 semester.

Dr. Asaro’s research looks at students with autism spectrum disorders and strategy instruction. Classes she teaches are ESPE 560 Introduction to Human Exceptionality, ESPE 564 Participation in and Study of English Language Arts and Social Studies Program, ESPE 565 Participation in and Study of Math, Science and Technology Programs, ESPE 580 Practicum: Teaching Students with Disabilities, ESPE 650 Educational Environments for Preparing Students with Disabilities to Meet the Learning Standards: Childhood and Middle Childhood Levels, and ESPE 680 Internship: Teaching Students with Disabilities at the Childhood and Middle Childhood Levels.

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